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1957 European Cup Final

 

1957 European Cup Final

1957 European Cup Final
Event 1956–57 European Cup
Date 30 May 1957
Venue Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Referee Leo Horn (Netherlands)
Attendance 124,000

The 1957 European Cup Final was a football match which took place at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid, Spain, on 30 May 1957. It was contested between Real Madrid of Spain and Fiorentina of Italy. Real Madrid won 2–0 after goals from Alfredo Di Stéfano and Francisco Gento in the second half.[1] It was the first of four finals (also counting the Champions League era, followed by the 1965, 1984 and 2012 finals) where one of the teams played in its home stadium, and also the first final where the winning team played at their home stadium.

Controversy surrounded Real Madrid's first goal after Dutch referee Leo Horn ignored his linesman signalling that Enrique Mateos was offside before awarding a penalty for a foul on Mateos that appeared to have been committed outside the penalty area.[2]


Match details

30 May 1957
Real Madrid 2–0 Fiorentina
Di Stéfano Goal 69' (pen.)
Gento Goal 75'
Report
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid
Attendance: 124,000
Referee: Leo Horn (Netherlands)
Real Madrid
Fiorentina
GK 1 Juan Alonso
DF 2 Manuel Torres
DF 5 Marquitos
DF 3 Rafael Lesmes
DF 4 Miguel Muñoz (c)
MF 6 José María Zárraga
MF 7 Raymond Kopa
MF 8 Enrique Mateos
MF 9 Alfredo Di Stéfano
FW 10 Héctor Rial
FW 11 Francisco Gento
Manager:
José Villalonga Llorente
GK 1 Giuliano Sarti
DF 2 Ardico Magnini
DF 3 Alberto Orzan
DF 4 Sergio Cervato (c)
DF 5 Aldo Scaramucci
MF 6 Armando Segato
MF 7 Julinho
MF 8 Guido Gratton
MF 9 Giuseppe Virgili
FW 10 Miguel Montuori
FW 11 Maurilio Prini
Manager:
Fulvio Bernardini

See also

References

  1. ^ European Cup 1956/57 from UEFA
  2. ^ Simpson, Paul; Hesse-Lichtenberger, Uli (October 2005). Sleight, Hugh, ed. "50 Things You Never Knew About... The European Cup".  

External links

  • European Cup 1956/57 from RSSSF
  • "European Champion Clubs’ Cup – History" (PDF). UEFA. p. 164. Retrieved 25 May 2011. 


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